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INSIGHT: FNM must learn from its mistakes when choosing a new leader

FORMER Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis will not be the leader of the Free National Movement after convention day on November 27.

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INSIGHT: After 50 years, what next for the FNM?

AFTER having just experienced one of the worst defeats in Bahamian political history, the Free National Movement is celebrating 50 years of existence and its membership is optimistic of a return to being a viable political force under new leadership.

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Gibson ‘still waiting’ over complaint

SHANE Gibson said he is still waiting for Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle to say if the Complaints and Corruption Branch of the Royal Bahamas Police Force is dealing with the complaint he made concerning his bribery trial.

EDITORIAL: A graceful exit for Dr Minnis

THE question of “will he, won’t he?” that has been hanging in the air over former Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has been answered.

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Wilchcombe ‘monitoring’ rising food prices

WITH rising food prices expected to become a concern, Social Services Minister Obie Wilchcombe said the situation is being monitored.

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Farewell to J Barrie Farrington

A STATE-RECOGNISED memorial service was held for John Barrie Farrington, 85, former senator and hotelier, on Saturday at Christ Church Cathedral.

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A moment of history captured on canvas

THE government commissioned prominent Bahamian artist Jamaal Rolle to paint an important moment that took place in November 1958 between Rev Dr Martin Luther King, Jr, and Sir Randol Fawkes in Nassau.

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Gov’t $90m ahead of revenue target

The Government beat its 2021-2022 first quarter revenue targets by $90m, a top official has revealed, while also disclosing that the Government’s revised Budget will not increase the deficit.

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Avoid furlough end ‘double whammy’

The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce’s president has warned that the furlough period’s end must be “well thought-out” to avoid inflicting a “double whammy” on workers and businesses.

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‘Practice what you preach’ call over climate change

Environmental activists yesterday warned The Bahamas must “practice what it preaches” to secure financial assistance at an upcoming global summit to help minimise climate change impacts.

Fisheries backs Gov’t for ‘small detail’ focus

The Government was yesterday praised for focusing on “the small details” that could greatly improve the ease of doing business for Bahamian commercial fishermen.

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WHILE mainstream in the US, the vehicle of a SPAC also found its way into Europe in the beginning of 2021 and changed the IPO (initial public offering) landscape.